Reminiscent of crystalline structures, the SHY Light designed by Bec Brittain uses the spare beauty of thin LED tubes to define the edges of its shape; in this way the function of piece is created by the form of the piece, and vice versa. The modular system allows for many configurations - ceiling lights, floor lamps, or growing out from a corner of the room. See more;
About Bec Brittain:
Is a designer and artist in Brooklyn, NY. After studying furniture design at Parsons and getting a philosophy degree from NYU, Brittain received an architecture degree from The Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. Her work consistently reflects her variety of interests--creating relationships between concept and material, the natural and produced, decorated and sparse.